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A rainy fall brings in invaders

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Sunday October 18, 2009

Central, SC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A Fairy House.

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2. ChrisAnthemum
11:19 PM GMT on October 22, 2009
Could be. My book says the Jack-O'-Lantern mushroom glows brightly in the dark. The Chanterelle smells like apricots. It could also be the Repand Hydnum, which usually has an off-center stem, thick cap, and short stem. It is difficult to determine species of mushrooms, but this may help. One should never eat wild specimens unless they have been positively identified.
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1. AutumnLover
7:45 PM GMT on October 22, 2009
I think these are the poisonous Jack-O-Lanterns that are easily mistaken for the very delicious and edible chanterelles!
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